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at the numbers, he's likely to prevail. >> schieffer: do you have any regrets now looking back? michael steele, the previous rnc chairman, who was the one who changed this to proportional, which means if you win a primary you don't get all the delegates. you get a number and percentage to the amount of votes that you got. do you think it would be better to go back to the old way? >> you know, the grass is always greener. the fact is, for a long time, republicans said we have a process that allows a frontrunner to wrap up too soon. we're done by march. we need a longer process that allows for people to rise and challenge the frontrunner. that's what we have now. i do think that whoever emerges at the end of the day-- again i think it will be governor romney-- will be stronger as a result of that process. but there's no doubt there are a lot of folks saying, boy, i wish we had a nominee who could take the case to president obama. there is some second-guessing. but i actually think that this process is going to be good for us. >> schieffer: rich, let me ask you the question that i asked reince pr
? you don't want to get ahead of that curve. with us are the experts steve mcmahon and michael steel. mr. steel, here's rush limbaugh that started off his show yesterday, he's the spiritual leader you guys are afraid to defend. let's go. >> what does it say about the college co-ed susan fluke who goes before a congressional committee and essentially says that she must be paid to have sex? what does that make her? it makes her a slut, right? it makes her a prostitute. she wants to be paid to have sex. >> you know, this cost don imus a lot of career, this kind of talk. i just wonder about this guy who you guys all bow before as the great alexa hente. are you going to take him on or leave him out there alone? >> i've already gotten in trouble on that front point. remember, i tried to put in context when asked as chairman, you know, what does rush limbaugh mean to the party? he means different things to people. in this instance, a lot of people have a problem with it. i'm sure his lawyers are having a conversation with him about the fact this young woman may have something about what he call
flip-flop? with us, democrat steve mcmahon and former rnc chairman michael steele who is also an msnbc analyst. mr. steele, here's rush limbaugh that started it all with his show yesterday. he's the spiritual leader. you guys are all afraid to offend. let's listen to him on this issue of who is a slut and who isn't. let's go. >> what does it say about the college co-ed susan fluke who goes before a congressional committee and essentially says that she must be paid to have sex? what does that make her? it makes her a slut, right? it makes her a prostitute. she wants to be paid to have sex. >> you know, this cost don imus a lot of career, this kind of talk. calling people sluts, this kind of stuff. i just wonder about this guy who you guys all bow before as the great alexa hente. that either approves your crop of thinking every year. are you going to take him on or leave him out there alone? >> i've already gotten in trouble on that front. remember, i tried to put in context when asked as chairman, you know, what does rush limbaugh mean to the party? he means different things to people.
robust. because we're seeing some concerning data in terms of steel production that would indicate otherwise. >> michael, let's talk about investing, given all of this, that we're going to see next week. you favor qualcomm and gold right now. are these long-term plays? >> qualcomm is a short-term as well as a long-term pad. i think as the ipad 3 comes out next week and we have the whole new version of the apple frenzy, it will affect it in the right space. the sell-off that happened this week was quite interesting. gold rallied up to only being down 5%. i think that gold is going to continue to be a play, because inflation is eventually coming around the corner. if i could make the comment about greece, i'm of the belief that greece is just really in a slow default right now. the greece problem is really not solved. i think they're trying to throw trial balloons out so eventually greece defaults. as for china, as you know i'm in asia quite often, i think china is going to avoid a hard landing. you are already starting to see them adjust bank requirements. they'll probably put a sti
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